“I was really excited to be a part of this,” Gregory said. “I’d recently gotten some great instruction from David H. Lawrence (XVII) and was eager to put it to use. Sometimes, the universe works in amazing ways. Because the next thing I knew, this project came onto my radar.”
The story of Horde Busters is a valentine to the beloved role-playing games that have become ubiquitous. The realm is plagued by roving bands of Orcs, Goblins, Giants, and Undead and the Horde Busters are looking to increase their numbers to battle the brood and collect the bounty. Schotzy (a dwarf wielding a wicked Waraxe) and William (an armored human with stellar swordsmanship)
“I wanted to play Chesmere from the moment I first saw his likeness,” Gregory admits. “He’s kind of a pasty, pudgy guy with just a wisp of hair and these huge, geeky glasses. But it turns out he’s also a wizard whose spell-casting is advancing in power, day by day. So he may be a geek, but he’s a geek to be reckoned with. I dig that.”
Horde Busters is the latest creation from the folks at Longshadow Productions, a digital content production company specializing in effects-driven material. Check out their site www.longshadowfilms.com for more info. You can also check out more about Gregory Blair's work at http://www.2writers.com/
Horde Busters. Adventure just got more animated!